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  1. A treatise on milch cows whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any cow will give may be accurately determined by observing natural marks or external indications alone; the length of time she will continue to give milk, &c,
    By: Guènon, Francois, - Skinner, John S. - Trist, Nicholas Philip, - Making of America Project
    Publication info: New York,Orange Judd,1856
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  2. A treatise on milch cows, whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any cow will give may be accurately determined by observing natural marks or external indications alone; the length of time she will continue to give milk, &c.
    By: Guènon, Francois, - Busteed, John. - Skinner, John S. - Trist, Nicholas Philip, - Cornell University.
    Edition: [14th ed.]
    Publication info: New York,C. M. Saxton,1862.
    Contributed by: Cornell University Library
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  3. A treatise on milch cows, whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any cow will give may be accurately determined by observing natural marks or external indications alone; the length of time she will continue to give milk, &c.
    By: Guènon, Francois, - Skinner, John Stuart, - Trist, Nicholas Philip,
    Edition: 20th ed.--with additions.
    Publication info: New York,T. McElrath,1853.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
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  4. A treatise on milch cows, whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any cow will give may be accurately determined by observing natural marks or external indications alone; the length of time she will continue to give milk,
    By: Guènon, Francois, - Skinner, John Stuart, - Trist, Nicholas Philip,
    Publication info: New York,Greeley & McElrath,1846.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
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  5. A treatise on milk cows, whereby the quality and quantity of milk which any cow will give may be accurately determined by observing natural marks or external indication alone; the length of time she will continue to give milk, &c.
    By: Guènon, Francois, - Skinner, John Stuart, - Trist, Nicholas Philip,
    Edition: [14th ed.]
    Publication info: New York,C.M. Saxton,1862.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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